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Safety news stories - Page 2

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Poly A/NZ explores hybrid working and how to provide equality of experience
Many businesses are on a journey to understanding how they can best provide and manage a hybrid workplace for their employees.
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Remote Working
StaySafe, what3words launch app for locating remote workers in emergencies
“Adding the what3words functionality simplifies getting responders to the exact location of an incident quickly.”
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Remote Working
Managing health, safety, and security with visitor management systems
Investing in visitor management systems that capture and store relevant information in a secure database in real-time can significantly enhance existing security processes.
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Internet of Things
Epson sets sights on growing sensor market
To start selling new sensing technologies and launch a new sensing analysis technology business.
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Microsoft Teams
RealWear expands A/NZ reach with VExpress
RealWear provides a purpose-built hands-free wearable device that can be used in extremely noisy industrial environments.
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Motorola APX NEXT brings tech innovation to public safety
With public safety virtual assistant ViQi, APX NEXT helps officers focus on what matters most.
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Queensland Government
Queensland Govt backs safety-tech firm to tune of $1m
“The safety software market is booming, thanks to our customers realising its value in the precarious world we live in,'' says Karen Cantwell.
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Invert Robotics recognised for its life-saving robots
A mobile climbing robot called ‘Alfie’ will help to lead the way in workplace safety in confined spaces.
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Volvo recognised for safety expertise in autonomous vehicles
"Now with their advances in autonomous driving technology, we are entering a new generation of safety for all road users."
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Interactive learning
Interactive videos help foster healthy relationships
“I believe this programme will have a significant impact on the future safety of our students and our community.”
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Human Rights Commission champions domestic violence prevention app
“One in three women in New Zealand will experience violence over her lifetime, hence its name of the app. It will be a game changer for many women."
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Intrude A Lock: Fitbit for your luggage
Intrude A Lock is a simple but ingenious device which you can put into your suitcase before you go, and then query using your smartphone after arrival to answer these questions.